I am visually impaired and can not "read" this book-if you can, avoid the torture of the narration and do it!
I am four chapters into the book and find the information interesting. I want desperately to continue listening but find the narration absolutely painful to listen to. I read the posted reviews before I bought the book and a reviewer wrote a great deal about the poor narration. I thought "It can't possibly be THAT bad!" Well, it can-and it is almost unbearable. This is an academic book and the narrator has added sighs and irritation into lines that are supposed to be coming from a therapist. Throughout most of the book the words are disjointed and robotic. It sounds like a "type to talk" communication device for the disabled. I need the information being provided but I may have to look for a different version from another vendor because I don't think I can stand this for another 5.5 hours. Finally. to the previous reviewer who warned me-I wish I had listened!
Good information on the subject being presented.
ANYONE!!!!! Although in fairness, part of the problem is the disjointed recording,
I don't know if I will get through the book listening to this narrator, The book may be good-but no amount of knowledge may be worth the audio pain I am experiencing.
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